July 25, 2016

Despite all the differences in eschatological opinions, Dr. LaHaye was devoted to the Lord he served so well until the end of his days. Read more

July 21, 2016

Last Thursday, a particularly hot and humid day in Washington, DC, I spoke at the annual rally for freedom in China at the U.S. Capitol, sponsored by the Falun Gong. Joining members of Congress and other human rights advocates, I expressed my solidarity with all those who yearn for religious and political freedom in the People’s Republic of China, and my admiration for their intrepid spirits. I marvel at the thousands of Falun Gong practitioners and other supporters that come… Read more

July 18, 2016

Cameron Sterling, the Jackson’s newborn baby boy, and any other little ones who’ve lost their fathers in recent shootings are not forgotten by Him. Read more

July 6, 2016

The last place you might expect to find a commission aiming to control church services is Iowa. California, sure. But not Iowa. Even so, the Iowa Civil Rights Commission is interpreting a state Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) law to censor church sermons on Christian sexual ethics when services are open to the public (…which apparently isn’t every Sunday?) and force churches to open its restroom facilities to members of the opposite sex. According to Iowa’s unelected commission and… Read more

July 5, 2016

Later this week, July 7-9, International Christian Concern (ICC) will host The Bridge, “The Annual Conference on the Persecuted Church.” For this first annual conference, the theme is “The Disappearing Church of the Middle East.” Taking place in Silver Spring, Maryland, just outside the nation’s capital, the goal of the conference is to gather and mobilize church members and pastors from around the nation, and to be a bridge — connecting Western Christians with their persecuted brothers and sisters. I’m… Read more

June 24, 2016

How has the Obergefell decision affected the body of Christ? Well, “Not much. And a great deal.” Read more

June 17, 2016

It’s the favorite formula being used by Evangelical youth conference organizers: invite a bunch of speakers from the mostly progressive end of the theological spectrum and maybe a couple conservatives and let the students decide who they like best. Read more

June 16, 2016

Part One of this blog post reports on the message at the Catholic Information Center (CIC) in Washington, DC of Father Douglas Bazi, an Iraqi priest who shelters Christians that have fled from the Islamic State. Bazi told the story of how the Islamic State is attempting to Islamize Iraq by eradicating the Christian faith. But just as when a mirror is smashed, the image it reflected is multiplied over and over in the shards of glass, the broken and crushed Iraqi… Read more

June 8, 2016

The SBC continued its drop in baptisms, membership, and weekly attendance in 2015. But with record-high church planting and renewal efforts, Southern Baptists have reason to hope for a prosperous future. Read more

May 30, 2016

Every year I re-post this piece that I wrote in 2011. I do it as a tribute to the young servicemen that I met as a ten year old in New London, Connecticut, during the Vietnam War. I do it to honor the fallen and the lost, the ones who never found their way again when they came home, and the ones who endured the hostility and the alienation to live strong and good lives. And I do it especially in… Read more

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